Dynamic Organic Light, Inc.

Location:CO, US
Speaker:Neil Gough, PhD
Title:President and CEO
Primary Industry:Materials
Executive Summary:Dynamic Organic Light has developed a new form of hybrid light emitting device architecture consisting of inorganic semiconductor quantum dots within a solution processable organic materials stack. This quantum-dot light emitting diode (QD-LED) combines the benefits of inorganic LEDs with those fundamental to OLEDs, and will enable new classes of displays with longer lifetimes, lower power consumption, and enhanced color purity and device performance when compared to current OLEDs. The materials are designed for low cost, printable manufacturing techniques to allow the manufacture of large area displays for use in televisions, desktop monitors, and notebook computers, and in the future, flexible displays and area lighting tiles. The Company has also successfully applied its QD materials and encapsulation technology to blue LEDs in order to create a white LED with a narrow color spectrum beneficial for LCD backlighting applications. Additional funding is currently being sought for further development and commercialization of the technology.
Venture is:A-Round

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